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Leah Pransky

Associate

Ms. Pransky represents clients in a range of complex civil and criminal matters. She has tackled difficult cases involving high-stakes trade secret and patent disputes, both in trial courts and before the PTAB. She has also handled sensitive employment problems, securities issues and corporate criminal investigations. Ms. Pransky has an active pro bono immigration practice.

Before joining Keker, Van Nest & Peters, Ms. Pransky gained valuable experience by participating in Stanford Law School’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic and Moot Court competition. In addition, Ms. Pransky took advantage of Stanford’s cross-disciplinary curriculum, taking numerous classes in the Design School.

Prior to law school, Ms. Pransky worked as a product and project manager for a number of software companies in Los Angeles, New York City, and San Francisco.

Ms. Pransky represents clients in a range of complex civil and criminal matters. She has tackled difficult cases involving high-stakes trade secret and patent disputes, both in trial courts and before the PTAB. She has also handled sensitive employment problems, securities issues and corporate criminal investigations. Ms. Pransky has an active pro bono immigration practice.

Before joining Keker, Van Nest & Peters, Ms. Pransky gained valuable experience by participating in Stanford Law School’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic and Moot Court competition. In addition, Ms. Pransky took advantage of Stanford’s cross-disciplinary curriculum, taking numerous classes in the Design School.

Prior to law school, Ms. Pransky worked as a product and project manager for a number of software companies in Los Angeles, New York City, and San Francisco.

Keker, Van Nest & Peters Arbitration Win Among the Daily Journal's Top Verdicts

February 20, 2019

Keker, Van Nest & Peters LLP partner Daniel E. Purcell did something in October the Cleveland Cavaliers couldn't achieve in the last two NBA Finals: beat the Golden State Warriors. Read more

Warriors must pay $40M in arena debt to Oakland, Alameda County, judge rules

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The Golden State Warriors must pay off the estimated $40 million in remaining debt incurred by Oakland and Alameda County for renovations to Oracle Arena, an arbitrator has ruled. Read more

Keker Team Wins Arbitration, Forcing Warriors to Pay for Oracle Arena Renovations

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An arbitrator found that the Bay Area's NBA team, which is set to decamp from Oakland to new digs in San Francisco next season, must continue to pay debts incurred in the mid-90s to renovate its current home, Oracle Arena. Read more

Golden State Warriors must pay off $40 million Oracle Arena debt

October 29, 2018

The Golden State Warriors can’t leave for the City without paying the Town, an arbitrator ruled Monday. Read more

Ex-NFL Players Can't Sue EA Over 'Madden' Game As A Class

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A California federal judge has ruled that retired players cannot collectively sue Electronic Arts Inc. for featuring them in Madden NFL video games without authorization, a major victory for the game maker after years of litigation. Read more